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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Rome reviews

  • Ottimo

    "This traveler only left a numerical rating."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 7, 2016
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  • Extremely comfortable and great value

    "It was exactly as the pictures show, but more spacious than it looks - the rooms are all very large with very comfortable furniture. Very clean, neat and attractive. The balconies and many windows let in a lot of light. The kitchen has everything you'd need for a quick breakfast or a full meal. As Americans who drink a lot of coffee, the Nespresso machine took some getting used to, but it was a nice new experience and we enjoyed it. The front balcony, which faces the street and a large open-space hill, was a little loud with traffic noise, but made you realize you were in Rome. And with the windows and doors closed, it was very quiet inside. We recommend taking the short hike up the hill for a great view of St Peter's dome and most of the city. It's in a residential neighborhood, so there are no souvenir shops or other tourist-type places nearby, but the Metro and train station is across the street, and there are some excellent restaurants within a few minutes' walk: Sora Lia for great pizza and American-style burgers, La Rustichella for full dinners, a supermarket 5 minutes away, and a vegan grocery store in the next building. And it's only a 10-15 minute walk to the Vatican Museum entrance, and a few more minutes to St Peter's. As other reviews say, it's a perfect place to relax and unwind after a day of sight-seeing. There were 3 of us, and we had more than enough room; with the third bathroom and the huge sofa, it could easily accommodate more. We'd highly recommend it to a family with older children, or two couples. Francesca, the manager, was out of town when we arrived, so her mother let us in, showed us around, and even graciously took us to the grocery store and helped us pick up essentials. Francesca arranged our airport transportation and was helpful during our stay. The best compliment we can pay is that it felt like home. If you're looking for a Roman tourist experience, this isn't the place; but if you want a home away from home, this is it. For about the same price as a hotel, you get so much more."
    Guest: Dennis A. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 1, 2016
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  • Pleasant holiday lodgings in a nice Roman neighborhood.

    "Apartment Antonella was a very good choice for my two week sojourn in Rome. It is conveniently located near bus & metro lines, for easy, rapid access to both the main downtown transportation hub (Termini), & attractions of the city center, such as the Coliseum, the Forum, shopping areas, etc. The neighborhood in which the apartment is located has a pleasant feel to it, with lots of shops, eateries, & a nice market all within strolling distance. This apartment is suitable for the single traveller, or a couple who like physical closeness. It is not large, but the space is well utilized. I found the kitchen to be reasonably well stocked with cooking utensils, but wished there had a drainboard for washing dishes (I ended up using the pan & rack from the oven for that purpose). A more varied selection of cutlery & serving spoons, etc. would also have been appreciated, but I managed well enough with what was supplied. (I did buy a kitchen knife from the local market to replace the existing one, which had a broken handle. Only a couple Euro, so no big deal.) Americans, in particular, may miss the non-existent microwave oven. But it is possible to survive without one quite well, as I discovered. By the way, I was re-acquainted with the bidet concept (the bathroom has one), & can only wish they were standard equipment in American bathrooms. Stefano, the owner, answered any queries I had promptly, & was very easy & agreeable to deal with. The apartment is on the 3rd floor (or, in the US we'd call it the 4th floor). If you don't want to climb stairs, the elevator works just fine to get you up there. There's a tiny patio off the kitchen, which affords a pleasant view of the neighborhood below. In the bathroom there is a very small washing machine, but no dryer. However, a rack on the patio works just fine for drying your clothes. There's also a laundromat a few blocks away. There is AC, & it works fine. Took me a little while to figure out how to turn it on. (It requires standing on a chair to reach the controls.) However, even though it was rather warm in Rome during my stay (September), I seldom used it, preferring to just leave the kitchen door & windows open for circulation of air. This is not a luxurious accommodation, but it is certainly adequate & comfortable enough for the budget traveller, which I am. I wouldn't mind staying there again in the future."
    Guest: Peter L. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 18, 2016
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  • Great apartment

    "It's a very nice flat and very conveniently for the train station and city. Comfortable beds, good kitchen and good communication from the owner."
    Guest: Dave C. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 4, 2016
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